The AstraZenica roll out slows in remote Australia, due to clotting concerns | ABC News

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All the Northern Territory’s GP clinics have started their roll out of AstraZeneca. In remote areas, Aboriginal clinics say patients feel uneasy about getting the jab, following rare cases of blood clotting.

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